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A picture-perfect match: fine dining and art

A picture-perfect match: fine dining and art

For some people, when it comes to dining out, attention is not merely paid to the food and the environment. They are searching for something more — something that is artistic, whether in the dishes,...

Nie Xin | August 28, 2014, Thursday


Figuring out most fanciful wedding cakes

Figuring out most fanciful wedding cakes

A traditional fruitcake covered in white fondant icing featured a strong British floral theme. The 8-tiered dessert was decorated with 900 elaborate sugar paste flowers, including roses for England, thistle ...

Qu Zhi | August 28, 2014, Thursday


Renowned violinist to perform recital

Renowned violinist to perform recital

Canadian violinist Julia Bushkova will give a recital featuring classical masterpieces by Beethoven, Rachmaninoff, Prokofiev, Tchaikovsky and more.Born into a family of renowned violinists in Moscow,...

Li Anlan | August 28, 2014, Thursday

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Riesling wines slip somewhat under the radar

Riesling wines slip somewhat under the radar

The big three of noble white wine varieties includes Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Riesling. Chardonnay is the most recognized and admired of the three. It makes some of the world’...

John H. Isacs | August 28, 2014, Thursday


All that jazz — festivals bring great acts to town

All that jazz — festivals bring great acts to town

Music festivals have only been around in China for the past decade, but Shanghai now boasts numerous high-profile annual events that offer a great variety of music....

Nie Xin | August 28, 2014, Thursday


Oodles of noodles not so healthy, study says

Oodles of noodles not so healthy, study says

Kim Min-koo has an easy reply to new American research that hits South Korea where it hurts — in the noodles. Drunk and hungry just after dawn, he rips the lid off a bowl of his beloved fast food,...

Foster Klug and Jung-Yoon Choi | August 28, 2014, Thursday


Brawl raises doubts about military training

Brawl raises doubts about military training

This week’s fight during military training at a school in central China’s Hunan Province, which resulted in injuries to 40 students,...

Yao Minji | August 28, 2014, Thursday


Fading of memories enriches new play

Fading of memories enriches new play

“To Forget, or to Die,” a play adapted from Chinese contemporary author Wang Zhousheng’s novel of the same name, will be staged at Shanghai Drama Arts Center in October....

Nie Xin | August 27, 2014, Wednesday


Cultural heritage items head to universities

Cultural heritage items head to universities

Amid increasing recognition that parts of China’s rich cultural history are quietly drowning in the nation’s frenetic development, more steps are being taken to protect them.In Shanghai,...

Xu Wei | August 27, 2014, Wednesday


Fujian tour offer: 610 yuan discounted to 1

Fujian Province in southeastern China is a place of both natural and cultural beauty. Wuyi Mountain is a scenic area that features oddly shaped mountains,...

Lu Feiran | August 27, 2014, Wednesday




 

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